Flight Control Systems
The flight control system is an essential component of all aircraft. An aircrafts flight control system consists of any mechanisms, controls and electronics required to maintain controllability and stability of the aircraft during flight. Many advanced modern aircraft employ a sophisticated flight control computer to continually predict the current state of the craft from sensor input. Modelling and simulation of the aircraft flight mechanics is required to develop these state prediction algorithms. The flight controller uses the predicted aircraft state to interpret pilot input and produce actuator commands that optimally achieve the desired flight behaviour.
Entecho employs state of the art flight control design techniques, including model based simulations and fly by wire control systems. These techniques ensure the rapid development of our flight control systems, minimizing cost and maximizing functionality.